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==About==
 
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'''Indian Trail Park''' is a park in northwest [[Durham, NC]]. Its name probably derives from its location opposite the east end of Indian Trail Road.
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'''Indian Trail Park''' is a park in northwest [[Durham, NC]]. Its name probably derives from its location south of Indian Trail Road.
  
It is bordered by Albany Street on the west, a suburban neighborhood to the north, Maryland Avenue to the east, and Sunset Avenue to the south. As of 2014, it includes the entirety of [[West Ellerbe Creek Trail]].
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According to Wikimapia, it is bordered by [[Hillandale Golf Course]] on the west, Indian Trail Road to the north, Albany Street to the east, and residential property to the south. It is across Albany Street from the west end of [[West Ellerbe Creek Trail]].
  
 
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* [http://www.yelp.com/biz/indian-trail-durham Yelp]: includes reviews
 
* [http://www.yelp.com/biz/indian-trail-durham Yelp]: includes reviews
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* [http://wikimapia.org/8901336/Indian-Trail-Park Wikimapia]
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* '''2010-05-02''' [http://stircrazymomsofdurham.blogspot.com/2010/05/indian-trail-park.html Indian Trail Park] @ The Stir Crazy Moms' Guide

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Indian Trail Park is a park in northwest Durham, NC. Its name probably derives from its location south of Indian Trail Road.

According to Wikimapia, it is bordered by Hillandale Golf Course on the west, Indian Trail Road to the north, Albany Street to the east, and residential property to the south. It is across Albany Street from the west end of West Ellerbe Creek Trail.

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